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TOL. II. NO. 194. CHICAGO, SUi^DAY AND MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8-9, 1896. PRICE, 5 Cl S 



NASHVILLE FORM CHART. 

NASHVILLE, TENN., Nov, 7. — Third day. Fall Moetiug. Tennessee Breeders’ Association. 
Weather clear ; track heavy. 



Presiding Judge, Col. W. H. May. Starter. Phil. Gilman. 



4917 



FIRST RACE — 7-8 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year -olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. 



Horses. 



Wt. St. hi '/t ^ Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



48«l CHAR. WEBER 
4794 COMMISSION 
4869 PARAMOUNT 
4871 SISTER lONE 
4871 ALTO JUNE 



Op Cl PI 



107 3n* 2h iH 11 12 Banks 

107 IHK 2% 11 23 23 23 Lendrum 

107 5 5 3nk 3n Vandusen 

107 2Vi 11 31 3H 4nk ihi Scott 

107 41 42 5 5 5 5 Hart 

Time, 26H, 52Vi, 1 :17V4, 1 :31H. 

Winner— Ch. g, 4, by Harry O'Fallon — Sallie Jennings. 

Post 2 minutes. Start good. Won galloping; second easily. Weber went to the front when 
ready and won as he pleased. Sister lone tired last quarter. Commission ran his race. 



A. C. McCafferty 2 
White & Clarke 8-5 
Humboldt Stable 10 
W. Payton 4 

Rimini Stable 3 



4918 



RACE— 5-8 Mile. Purse $250. 2-year-old maidens. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. % % 


% Str.Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


4889 MADDALO 


108 4»« 


31%11%13 15 


Mitchell 


Morgan & Co. 


3-5 


6-5 


2-5 


4889 SUSIE HAWZE 


105 6 


4h 


42 42 22 


Scott 


Hodges&Chamb’s 


3 


4 


8-5 


CARNETT BEACH 


105 .5 


61 


5 56 32 


W. Young 


Orange Grove Stbl 4 


10 


4 


4715 IDLE HOUR 


108 2% 


IH 


3% 2h 41 


Callahan 


M. Gibson 


3 


3 


1 


4868 CHEATHAM 


105 m 


2% 2"** 3»k 5 


Hart 


Stickney Bros. 


3 


3 


1 


4868 BONNIE BESS 


105 3N* 


5 


6 6 6 


Scoville 


J. R. Allen 


12 


15 


6 






Time. 13, 26%, 51%, 1:04%. 










Winner— B. c, by Prince Fonso— Glen Pearl. 













Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second handily. Maddalo was pounds the best. 



He took the lead when ready and won as he pleased. 
quarter. Beach is a slow beginner 



Idle Hour and Cheatham tired badly last 



4:9X9 third RACE— 7-8 Mile. Purse $300. All Ages. 


Allowances. 




Ind. Horses. Wt.St. % % % Str.Fin. Jockeys 


Owners 


Op a Pi 



4798 ELANO 
47;4 B. SCHOENFELD 
4891 REMNANT II 
4867 MARGT. ALLEN 
753 HIGH NOON 
4795 MASTER FRED 
4795 BRENDOO 
4867 EMBRYO 



7-10 out 



3H 12 
28 31 

iKK 21 
6 6 
4nk 41 

7 8 

8 7 

5H 5h ... . . 

Time, 26V4, 53, 1 :13H, 1:32. 

Winner— B. g, 4, by Rossington— Catherine C. 

Start good. Won driving; second eased up. Elano had all the speed but tired on end and 
was whipped out to win. Margaret Allen swerved badly last eighth. 

Scratched— Earl of Montrose, 100. 



105 

108 

100 

100 

107 
105 

108 
74 



16 14 13 

32 2% 22 
2»« 32 31 
5 42 iVt ihi 

4nk .58 5^ 51 
8 7 7 61 

7 6^8 6nk 7 

6»4 8 8 8 



1^ Ross 
22*4 Corder 
3 k» Burrell 
Songer 
Scoville 
Furlong 
Callahan 
Higgins 



W. J. Speirs 
Schoenfeld Stbl. 
Ed. Bates 
Glenelg Stable 
S. J. Rucker 
Stone City Stbl. 
M. Gibson 
Ohio Stable 



4920 



FOURTH KAC'E— 5 1*2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. % 


% % 


Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI ■ 


4870 LAURETTA D 


109 8 


61 6% 4% 12 


Scott 


Ed. Moore 


2% 


3 


4-5 


t4691)THORNBUSH 


104 2n« 


IKK 22 


21 2% 


Corder 


Schoenfeld Stable 6 


6 


2 


4888 RUTH V 


99 .5nk 


3mi* 32 


3% 31 


Hicks 


J. P. Sherman 


10 


15 


6 


4658 TIM MURPHY 


109 iH 


22 IH 


iH 4 nK 


Lendrum 


White & CUark 


4-5 


1 


out 


4870 CLINTON 


102 3n“ 


4% 4% 53 .52 


W. Young 


J. H. McAvoy 


8 


10 


4 


4798 F M B 


104 7 


8 7 


6% 61 


Songer 


J. R. O’Brien 


4 


3 


1 


4869*TRILBY 


99 6 


7 8 


8 7 


Burrell 


Rock City Stable 15 


20 


8 


4870 MISS KITTY 


99 4% 


5nk 5nk 


7 8 


T. Charles 


Humboldt Stable 


8 


10 


4 



Time, 24%, 49%, 
-Lettina. 



1:02%, 1:10. 



♦By Perkins. 

Winner— Ch. f. 4, by Plenipo 
Start good. Won easily ; second driving hard, 
pieces in front. Lauretta was going away at finish, 
ran short. 

Scratched— Austin. 94 ; Appomattox, 107 ; If, 94 ; Sim W 



Thornbush and Tim Murphy were raced to 
Clinton showed improvement. Miss Kitty 



3; Waldine, 104; Pelleas, 114. 



A FIFTH RA(-E— I 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances, 

Z 1 DECLARED OFF 



SIXTH RACE— Short Course. Purse $300. Handicap Steeplechase. 

Ind. Horses. Wt. St. % 1 1% 1% Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners Op (U 



Pi 



3044 somersault 140 2i 
4799 COLONIST 
4753 GRENADA 
(4799)EPPLEW’RTH130 4 



2‘2 12 2^ 220 240 Ink Dawsoii 

140 13 12 23 1*4 1% 12 26 Stalicup 

130 3 32 32 34 310 310 310 Clayton 

4 4 4 4 4 4 Stewart 

Time, 3:51. 

W’inner— Ch. g. 7, by Trapeze— Migration. 

Start good. Won under a pull ; second easily. Somersault had the most speed on the flat. 
Grenada tired badly after first time over course. 



Schoenfeld Stable 2 2 out 

J. Jay 1 1 out 

J. P. Sherman 4 5 out 

Newmarket Stable 7-5 9-5 out 



PIMLIGO FORM CHART. 

BALTIMORE, MD., Nov. 7.— Third Day. Baltimore Jockey Club. Fall Meeting. 
W'eather clear ; track good. 



Presiding Judge, Col. R. W. Simmons. Starter. C. H. Pettingill. 



4923 



FIRST RACE— 5-8 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Ii^lling. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


3t. 


% % 




Str.Fin. Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


(478DTAKANASSEE 


109 


4 


2 kk 41 


3% 11 


Doggett 


Kensico Stable 


2-5 


1-3 


out 


(4528) MISS LILLIAN 


100 


2 


51 


52 


41 2 h 


Hirsch 


Jennings & Jordan 4 


8 


2 


4781 EUPHEMIA L 


109 


1 


14 


11% Ink 33 


Gifford 


M. F, Stephenson 


8 


10 


4 


3232 BELLE DICK 


100 


7 


6 


6 


6 42 


Garrigan 


W. W. Shreve 


15 


20 


8 


3901 DIANA’S D’TER 


100 


6 


7 


7 


5% 51 


O’Leary 


Jere Dunn 


40 


50 


20 


(4‘290)FLORIAN II 


89 


3 


31 


2 h 


2« 6 


O’Connor 


W. C. Daly 


5 


6 


6-5 


4325 LADY MOTTLE 


106 


5 


4 


3h 


7 7 


Harris 


G. W. Meine 


20 


30 


10 



Time, 25*4. 50%, 1:03. 

Winner— Ch.f, by Iroquois — Babee. 

Start good. Won handily. Takanassee was ridden out to win. Miss Lillian came with a rush 
and caught Euphemia right on the post for the place. Belle Dick was off badly and ran more 
than a fair race. 

Scratched- Trayant, 109. ^ 



4924 



SECOND RACE. — I Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 



Wt. St. % % % Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



4831 LOUISE N 
4830 KINGSTONE 
2080 DISTANT SHOT 
4237 BEAU IDEAL 



95 



Op Cl PI 



A. Nelson 
C. J. Kelly 
Adam Beck 
E. H. Hanna 



1 7-10 out 

1 6-5 out 

10 40 out 

12 12 out : 



11 n 11 u 15 Hirsch 

3% 31 4 4 2h Nutt 

4 4 32 22 33 Bunn 

21 22 2h 32 4 Gifford 

Time, 25%, 52%, 1 :17%. 1 :43. 

Winner— Ch. f, 3, by Luke Blackburn— Louise T. 

Start fair. Won easily. Louise had all her speed. Distant Shot was not on his stride when 
start was made. Kiugstone was vilely handled. Nutt was suspended for the meeting on account 
of his ride. 

Scratched — Brisk, 102 : Bon Ami. 92. 



4925 



THIRD RA(3E — 5-8 Mile. Value $1000. All Ages. Hotel Stafford Handicap 



Ind. Horses. 



Wt. St. % % % Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



4776 SUCCESSFUL 
4781 BILLALI 

» lOSS O 

ANWELL 



Op Cl PI 



Kensico Stable 
W. C. Daly 
F. L. Parker 3 
M, F. Stephenson 15 



112 1 IH 216 210 1% Doggett 

104 2 210 Ink 11 28 Hirsch 

119 3 32 33 3* 36 Simms 

140 4 4 4 4 4 Gifford 

Time, 12%, 25, 49%, 1:02. 

Winner— B. f. 2, by Octopus— Prosperity. 

Start good. Won driving. Doggett’s powerful finish told at end. 
Billali was the best horse. 

Scratched — Casseopia. 117 ; Azure, 105; Mohawk Prince, 105; Florian II, 



6- 5 6-5 out 

7- 5 2 out 
4 

20 



out 

out 



The weight stopped Ross 



^ FOURTH RACE— 1 1-8 Miles. Value $1000. 3 year-olds and upward. Hotel Rennet 



Ind. Horses. 



Wt.St. % % % Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



Op Cl PI 



4832 THE SW'AIN 108 2 2i D li%l% li% O’Leary Covington & Kent 2% 3% out 

(4779)MAURICE 117 4 4 32 31 4 22 Sim i s W. M. Bar rick 1 9-10 out 

4859 AMEER 108% 3 3*% 2h 2% 36 Sheedy F. L. Parker 6 8 out 

(4780)DOGGETT 108% 1 1“* 4 4 3*"* 4 Doggett R. C. Doggett 4 3 out 

Time, 26%, .52%, 1 :17%, 1 :42. 1 :55%. 

Winner- B, c, 4, by Galore— Pride of the Village, 
tart good. Won easily. The Swain won all the way. Ameer bumped into Maurice in 
stretch. The race was not run to suit Doggett. 

Scratched— Volley, 95 ; Premier, 101. 

Overweights— Doggett, 2% pounds; Ameer, 4%. 



4927 



FIFTH RACE— J 4 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. 


% % % Str.Fin. Jockeys 


Owners 


Op Cl 


PI 


4897 TRAYANT 


105 2 


3 nk 3h 1% Simms 


F. L. Parker 


S-5 8-5 


out 


4827 ONE CHANCE 


105 3 


31 32 2« 2nk Garrigan 


F. Reagan 


8 12 


3 


4856 TRAYLINE 


105 1 


Ink Ink 1h 34 Doggett 


W. Karrick 


1-2 3-5 


out 


4529 SA MOVER 


108 5 


5 5 4nk 41 Burck 


Bound Brook Sta 30 40 


8 


4856 RIFLER 


108 4 


4% 41 5 5 Sheedy 

Time, 2.5, 49%, 1 K)2%, 1 :16%. 


W. C. Daly 


8 10 


4 



W’inner— Ch. f. by Tea Tray— Repentant, 

Start good. Won driving One Chance should have won. Boy let Simms nip him right on 
the post. 

Scratched — Passover, 108; Mohawk Prince, 105; Arabian, 108; Altonwood, 105. 



/I SIXTH RACE — Short Course. 3-year-olds and upward. Maryland Club Cup. 

41: ^ O Value, $1,000. 



Ind. 



Horses. 



Wt. St. % % % Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



Op Cl PI 



DE GARNEFTE 166%2 2« 3» ;^30 110 m 

(’ARESS 165 3 3* 12 13 32 2*5 

YOUNG ORION 165 1 lio 21 2* 310038 

4860 TIP 150 5 5 4 4 4 4 

HARRY H’RWOOD165 
4860 SANGAREE 150 

SAM D 165 



Refused 
6 Lost rider. 

Refused 

Time, 5:45. 

Winner— Ch. g, 5, by Harry O’ Fallon— dam unknown. 

Start good. Won driving. It was a hot drive the last mile, 
fencer and outlasted Caress. Both were cleverly handled. 

Scratched — Sir Roderick, 165. 

Overweights— DeGarnette. 16% pounds. 



Hayes J. W.Colt 3 

Nichols E. G. Morryman 3 

Horner Wm. C. Orem 8-1 

Thompson M. Thompson 8 

Hall Jas.McK.'Merrym’nS 

Reeves Mr. Reeves 15 

Dandas Ohas.H.Hurkamp 3 



DeGarnette is a beautiful 



GLBNMOYNE SCORES WELL. 



Foster Bros' recent purchase Glenmoyne won 
the Ideal Park Owners’ handicap yesterday, 
and also landed a good bet for his owner. The 
Rogers’ castoff was up against the best ones at 
the track, still it looked as though he outclassed 
them and he was backed from even money al- 
most off the boards. Jackson rode him and 
getting to the front as soon as he could kept 
there, winning pulled up. Pinkey Potter was 
second and ran a real game race. Old Thurston 
finished last but it was the fault of the boy, he 
being too light to h^ld Thurston’s head up. 

Squau and Jersey Lad, two 30 to 1 chances 
fought out the two-year-old race the entire 
length of the stretch, the former winning in the 
final stride. Banquo II, the favorite, had bad 
racing luck and finished far back. 

Hanlon, backed for a good thing in the local 
ring and in the out of town pool rooms at even 
money and less, won his race rather handily. 
The all age, four and a half furlong dash, was 
an easy thing for Uncle Simon, who galloped 
away from the Liberty Stable’s erratic mare 
Jennie June. Uncle Simon is a real speedy 
youngster and has a great liking for the mud. 

Uncas W6S the natural favorite for the last 
event but Ferryman II and Glenoid both beat 
him. 

The first race was scratched all to pieces and 
declared off. 

Newsgatherer, the Eastern colt, is at Ideal 
Park. C. P. Fink has bought him from John J. 
McCafferty. 



Alex Shields Friday bought Frank Jaubert 
from L. A. Legg. Tom Ryan got Good Advice 
from Lee (’hristie for $550. 

Glenmoyne, Dr, Sheppard, Confession and 
Gotham are here from the East. John McCaf- 
ferty will be here Monday. So will Jockeys 
Tony Hamilton and Henry GrifiBn. Hamilton 
will finish the season with Foster Bros, and 
rides at 102 pounds. Griffin stays to the Ideal 
Park close, too. Scherrer may be here to stay 
until December. 

Foster Bros, will not go to ’Frisco. The firm 
will turn out its entire stable after the close at 
Ideal Park. 



INGLESIDB FORM. 



San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 7.— The form of 
Monday’s Ingleside fields is : 

First Race — Stentor, Inflammator, George 
Palmer. 

Second Race— Candor, Braw Scot, Artist. 
Third Race— Salvable, Alvarado, Circe. 
Fourth Race— Strathrol, Wawona, Miss Brum- 
mel. 

Fifth Race- La Flecha, Strathmeath, Caliente 
Sixth Race— Alma, Scotch Rose, Grandezia. 



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CHICAGO. NOVEMBER 7. 1896. 



LINCOLN II BEATS DAMIEN. 



San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 7.— Howard S ran 
another excellent race today. Lincoln II tipped 
over Damien in the fourth and ran a superior 
race too. Then Santa Bella fell before Mont* 

g omery. All about it was a deception day for 
ettors. The going was good and attendance 
large. The summary : 

First race, % mile, 3-year-olds and upward, 
selling. — Alvero, 104, 4 to 5, won ; Castanette, 
99, 3 to 1, second; Banjo, 109, third. Time, 1:16. 

Second race, 5i4 furlongs, 2-year-olds, handi- 
cap— Howard S, 117, 5 to 1, won; Geo. Palmer, 
105, 2 to 1, second; Dunboy, 104, third. Time, 
1:08^8. 

Third race, 7-8 mile, all ages, allowances. — 
Arno, lu9, 5 to 1, won ; Peril, 109, 3 to 1, second : 
Monterey, 112, third. Time, 1:30. 

Fourth race, VA miles, handicap, over 6 hur- 
dles— Baby Bill 145, 3 to 1, won ; J O 149, 4 to 
5, second ; Gov. Budd, third. Time, 2:46*4. 

Fifth race. 1 mile, all ages, allowances— Lin- 
coln II, 82, 15 to 1, won ; Damien, 108, 2 to 5, sec- 
ond ; Instigator, 108, third. Time, 1 :42*4. 

Sixth race, 5Hi furlongs, all ages, allowances. 
— Montgomery, 114, to 1, w.m; Santa Bella, 
114, 7 to 5, second ; Dolore, 96, third. Time, 1 ;08. 

Seventh race, % mile, 3-year-olds and upward, 
selling— Veragua, 106, 15 to 1, won; Una Colo- 
rado, lo9, 6 to 5, second; Scimitar. 104, third. 
Time, 1:15^. 

NASHVILLE FORM. 



Nashville, Tenn.. November 7.— The form of 
Monday's Cumberland Park fields is: 

First Race— Commission, Damask, La Verne. 
Second Race- Harry S, Ella T. Mamie Cailan. 
Third Race— Eleanor Me, Dominico, Austin. 
FourthiRace— lola. Terrapin, Pelleas. 

Filth Race— Daisy Maree, Merry Saint, Over- 
flow. 

PIMLICO FORM. 



Baltimore, Md., Nov. 7. — The form of Mon- 
day’s Pimlico events is : 

First Race— Arabian. 

Second Race — Minnie Alphonse, Hint, Naughty 
Girl. 

Third Race— Waltzer, Tenderness, Dolando. 
Fourth Race— Forget, Brisk, Flames, 

Fifth Race— Takanassee, Kinnikinnick, Maud 
Adams. 

Sixth Race— Illusion, Sunup, Fannie B. 
LATONIA FORM. 



Cincinnati, O., November 7.— The form of 
Monday’s Latonia fields is : 

First Race— Twinkle, Old Center, Tarifif Re- 
form. 

Second Race— Rosinante, Taluca, J H C. 
Third Race — Aimee, Reprieve, Skate. 

Fourth Race— Uncle Jim, Zaldivar, Scamp. 
Fifth Race— Earth, Infelice, Kenosha. 

IDEAL PARK FORM. 



The form of Monday’s Ideal Park fields is: 
First Race— Proverb, Teeta M^, Mollie King. 
Second Race — Cherrystone, Dejure, Terra 
Archer. 

Third Race — Abuse, The Sculptor, Ingomar. 
Fourth Race — Uncle Simon, Canewood. Ban- 
quo II. 

Fifth Race— Joe Mancini, Pitfall, Philomena. 



INQLBSIDE ENTRIES. 

Probabilities: Weather clear ; track fast. 

First Race— 5-8 Miie. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 

4750 Mercutio 105 ( 4 107) Reel 99 

4839 Philip H 92 3191 Stentor 108 

Rufalba 107 4839 Infiammator .. 95 

4911 Geo, Palmer. .. 94 

Second Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

4915 Perhaps (3) ....108 4802 D. Stevens l6).107 
4899 Gold Bug (7)... 107 Rutledge (3)... 99 

297 San Marco (3).. 102 (350) Pollock (3) .... 99 

4916 Artist (3) 107 4842 Braw Scot (7 j . . 104 

4842 Candor (4) 104 4910 Petrarch (3). ..108 

4879 Gallant U) 104 

Third Reice— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 

4842 Alvarado (3).. .112 (3593)Salvable ^3).. 115 

4916 Circe (4) 117 Tequino (4) .... 112 

4702 Mt. Roy (5) ....117 

Fourth Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. .AUowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind- Horses. Wgt 

4841 Wawona (5) 101 4882 M. Brummel(3)107 

4800 Strathrol (5)... 110 4814 Long Lady (3). 102 

4842 Midlo (3) 96 4751 M’do’w Lark(4)107 

Blfth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. ind. Horses. Wgt 

4910 Alvero (3) 99 (4899)Strathm’th (7)115 

(4842)Caliente (3).. .105 4840 LaFlecha (3). .102 
4842 Heartease (3).. 99 4916 Doubtful (3)... 99 

4751 Favory (3) 107 4899 Walter J (3)... Ill 

4840 Encino (3) 105 4881 M.Cunn’gh’m(3)99 

4812 Irma (4) 104 4912 Monterey (4) ..107 

(4901)Tenacity (3) .. .108 

Sixth Race— 5-8 Mile. 

2*year-olds. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt Ind. Horses. Wgt 

4880 D J Tobin 92 4915 Geyser 99 

(4755) Sepoy 100 4757 Sugar Foot 92 



4898 Grandezia 99 4898 Alma 103 

4898 Jerilderio 104 4898 Scotch Rose — 97 



PIMLICO ENTRIES. 



Probabilities— Weather clear ; track fast. 
First Race— 3-4 Mile. 

Match. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt Ind. Horses. Wgt 

4924 Billali 110 (4896) Arabian 110 

Second Race— 1-2 Mile, 

2-year-olds. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. 



4858 M’nie Alphonse 105 
4923 Diana’s D’ter...l05 

4909 Periodical 105 

4331 Kittie B II 105 

4858 Tea Leaf 105 

4619 Hint 105 

fBy Salvator. 

Third Race— 3-4 Miie. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. Wgt 
4909 Ponnetta ..... 105 
4909 Naughty Girl.. 105 

4.528tAunt Sally 105 

4909 Valley Girl 105 

4619 Endeavor 105 



Ind. Horses. Wgt 
4i;i3 Harrington (5). 109 

4859 Premier (3) 95 

4251 W’altzer (4) — 92 

473:1 Ardath (3) 88 

4857 Bon Ami (3)..,. 87 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

(4897) Declare (5 )....! 10 
(48.57)Teudeiness (3)104 
(4742) Dolando (3)... 94 
(4924)Louise N (3)... 92 
48.55 Runaway (5)... 87 
4859 Telegram (3)... 97 

Fourth Race- l 1-16 Miles. 
3-year-olds. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

(4777) Brisk 112 

4777 Septour 105 

4924 Distant Shot.. .105 
4893 Signora II 102 

4855 Hermia 102 

4893 Flames 102 

4776 Forget 102 

h iitii Race— 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 

(4896) Arabian, 114 (4923)Takanassee.. .109 

(4894) Kinnikinnick.. 1« 8 4927 Samovar 108 

4856 Mohawk Prince 99 4896 Maud Adams.. 95 

49*27 One Chance 95 

Sixth Race— 1 Mile. 

All Ages. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. Wgt 
( 4895 ) Roy al P rincess 109 

4857 Bon Ami 105 

4058 C/Oun. Howe . . . 105 
4924 Beau Ideal.. ..1U2 

4895 Tomoka 102 

48.57 Nick Johnson .102 
4893 Brilliancy 89 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

4686 Sunup (4) 110 

4624 Illusion (5) 101 

48.59 Eloroy (6) 98 

4894 Rockefeller (2). 75 
4683 Olivia L (2) . . . . 72 



Ind. Horses. Wgt 
4742 Find Out (4).. .104 
4321 Fannie B (4)... 98 

4927 Rifler (2) 79 

4927 One Chance (2) 75 



NASHVILLE ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: Weather clear: track good. 
First Lace— 7-8 Mile. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

4794 Aunie Sweet(3) 104 
4891 E.of Montrose(3)104 
4794 La Verne (5).... 104 
4871 Lottie Alter(4). 104 

4732 Damask (5) 104 

4920 Clinton (6) ....107 
fBy Perkins. 

Second Race— 5-8 Mile. 
2-year-olds. Allowances. 
Ind. Horses. Wgt 

247 Belle Lenore...l01 
Count Fonso...l04 

46.55 Ella T 108 

4868 Harry S Ill 



ind. Horses Wgt 
4794 Julie d’Or (3).. 104 
4917 Commission (5) 104 

4920 tTrilby (3) 104 

4719 Blue Banner(8)104 
4794 Com. Frank (3)107 



Ind. Horses. Wgt 

Kiss Me 101 

4868 Granny 108 

4838 Mamie Cailan .108 
4933 Traveler 104 



Third Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 

4891 Gladioli (3) .... 96 4867 Fischer (3) 96 

4869 Austin (3) 96 Keeps (3) 99 

4890 B F Fly Jr (5).. 101 45.53 Derby Maid (3) 99 
4765 Floreanna (5).. 101 4808 Eleanor Me (3). 102 
4798 Dominico (4) ..104 4919 B. Schoenf.d(5)104 
Fourth Race— 3-4 Mile 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind, Horses. Wgt Ind. Horses. Wgt 

(4869)If (3) 96 4890 Pete Kitchen(3) 99 



4798 Morveu (5) 104 

(46.58)Terrapin (.5) . . .104 
(487U)Pelleas (4).... 113 



(4«91)Iola (5) 104 

4733 Samson (4) 104 

4919 High Noon (3).. 105 
4890 Hailstone (4)... 113 

Filth Race— 3-4 Mile 
2-year-olds. Selling. 

..nd. Horses. W’gt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 

(4775)Overflow 95 4868 Merry Saint 95 

4867 Daisy Maree .. . 9-5 4775 Bramblenet. .. 95 
4867 Elvria 103 4892 Glad Eyes 103 



IDEAL PARK ENTRIES. 



Probabilities:, Weather clear ; track slow. 
First Race— 5-8 Mile 
3-year-olda and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 
4883 Muriel T (3) . . . . 99 4883 Teeta May (5) . . 99 

4845 Tramp (9) 99 4883 Lancer (4) 99 

4861 Leinad (4) 99 4^61 M. Portland (4) 99 

4861 Dave Sloan (4).. 99 4883 Annalyle (3) 99 

4866 Proverb (5) 99 4861 Social Smith(3) 94 

4845 Little rhorn(3jl02 4822 S. Florence (5). 104 
4822 Mcdlie King (4) 104 4822 Headlight (a).. 104 

4883 Wild Arab (5).. 104 4936 Nemaha (4),... 104 

ecOi.,vi Race— 1 1-16 Miles. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 
4936 Free Silver (3).. 95 4819 Terra Archer (3) 95 

4886 Plains (6) 97 4885 Vigars (3) 98 

(4863) Dejure (4) 104 4886 Haroldiuo (5).. 104 

4886 Cherrystone (4). 107 

Third Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 

(4791 )Abnse (3) 101 4819 J. Bradley (4) . . 103 

4790 The Sculptor(6)103 4938 Ingomar (6) .... 103 
4864 B. WaddeR (5).. 95 4938 Jen. June (5)... 107 
Fourth Race— 6 1-2 Funonars. 

All ages. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. ind. Horsea Wgt 

4884 LilIianWilke8(2)93 4937 Nairete (2) .... 93 

4884 Why (2) ..93 4887 Las Cases (2).. 96 



4:803 RACE- 


-3.4 Mile. 


Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 




Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


St. 




% 


Str.Fin, 


. Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


47.54 MAMIE SCOTT 


no 


2 




35 2*4 


IH 11 


W. Martin 


A. Nickells 


8-5 


8-5 


3-5 


326 ARTEMUS 


no 


1 




iH IH 


214 21*4 H. Martin 


D. Miller 


2.5 


50 


15 


4673 PERIL 


no 


3 




2« 310 34 31 


D'ffy 


M. J. Kelly 


3 


8-5 


3-5 


4676 PREMATA 


no 


5 




5*/, 510 .510 4* 


Ward 


W. Donathao 


20 ] 


100 


40 


FLASH 


116 


7 




4V% 4h 


4 h 510 


H. Wilson 


Frank Phillips 


3 


4*4 


9-5 


ORBIT 


112 


6 




810 710 710 010 


Dougiaps 


John Brenock 


20 300 : 


IOC 


JULIA 0 


no 


4 




62 62 


63 710 


Shields 


Dan Honig 


6 


10 


4 


184 VERNON 


no 


8 




9 9 


83 812 


Bozeman 


Westchester Stbl 30 : 


LOO 


40 


FIN SLAUGHTER 


no 


9 




72 83 


9 9 


Stout 


M. Anderson 


30 : 


300 


100 


4704 GOLD DUST 


no 


Left at the post 


Golden 


Owens Bros 


20 200 


80 










Time, 242i,50, l:175i£. 











INGLESIDB FORM CHART. 

INGLESIDE, CAL., Oct. 31.— Fourth day. Pacific (^oast Jockey Club. Fall Meeting. 
Weather clear; track slow. 



Presiding Judge, Jas. H. Rees. Starter. W. .1. (’aldwell. 



4800 



FIRST RACE — 7*8 Mile. Purse $41X). 8-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


St 


^4 


% 


^ Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


Pi 


OSTLER JOE 


107 


2 


4 h 


4 h 


42 44 iH 


Duffy 


W. D. Randall 


6 


5 


7-5 


(4752)»ALVARADO 


106 


6 


54 


32 


21 23 :3 


Shields 


Sam Hildreth 


4 


8 


3 


4700 SALISBURY II 


101 


5 


D/. 


13 


11 12 31 


E. Jones 


Burns& Waterh ’se 


8 


30 


10 


4704 STRATHROL 


no 


3 


61 


64 


£3 51 42 


W. Martin 


P Dunne 


1 


4-5 


out 


297 SCHNIIZ 


no 


1 


2* 


22 


32 3 h 52 


Piggott 


F. Sanders 


6 


20 


6 


4748 BABE MURPHY 


100 


4 


3*/, 5H 610 610 610 


McHugh 


L. Ezell 


3-2 


3 


4-5 


3.50 TAR AN D TARTAR 100 


7 


7 


7 


7 7 7 


Butler 


Galen Brown 


15 


30 


10 


♦Disqualified, 








Time, 25, 37, 49^, 1:30*4. 











Winner — Blk. c, by Fresno — Sister to Jim Douglas. 

Start poor. Won driving; second same. Salisbury made most of the running, but was headed 
half way down the homestretch by Alvarado. Ostler Joe came fast on the inside, but about a six- 
teenth from home Alvalado bore in ou him. In a hot drive Ostler Joe just managed to win. 



4801 



SECOND RACE — o 1-55 Furlongs. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Penalties and allowances 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. hi 


Yi \ 


Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


4669 (CANDELARIA 


115 1 


23 2*4 1« 12 


E. Jones 


Burns & Waterh’se 3-10 1-3 


out 


4705 DUNBOY 


114 2 


1*4 lYt 24 210 


Coady 


W. M. Murry 


6 


7 


8-5 


4709 MINTA OWENS 


106 5 


34 41 


43 36 


Golden 


Owens Bros. 


30 


50 


12 


SAL’IE SENSIBLE 110 3 


5h 33 


3*4 4*4 


Butler 


Mendocino Stbl. 


6 


6 


7-5 


47.57 PERSONNE 


106 4 


42 6 


6 56 


McHugh 


L. Ezell 


30 


50 


12 


MAY R 


103 6 


6 5 


52. 6 


Spencer 


Almona Stable 


30 


150 


50 






Time, 19, 31, 44, 1 :10. 











Winner— B. c. by Midlothian — Cosette. 

Start good. W’on in a gallop ; second ridden out. Dunboy set the pace, but was headed half 
way down the homestretch by Candelaria who won with a lot to spare. 



4802 



THIRD RACE — l Mile. Purse $400. All Ages. Handicap. 



Ind. 



Horses. 



Wt. St. ^ Yt a Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



I NEB’(m’DNEZZARl02 1 



Op Cl Pi 



14 13 15 14 12 E. Jones W. Boots & Son 

5 32 2 h 22 23 McHugh L- Ezell 

2« 310 315 315 Thompson Sam Hildreth 
41 5 420450450 R. Isom A. B. Spreckels 

22 4*45 5 5 Stout O. Appleby 

101 Left at post. J. Gardner Pueblo Stable 

Time, 25*4, 51, 1 :16*/i, 1 :UYt. 

Winner— B. c. 4, by Brutus— Gypsette. 

Start bad. Won easily : second ridden out. Nebuchadnezzar had an easy race. Kamsin 
might have had a harder one. Marcel had no speed. 



3858 KAMSIN 
4706 LINCOLN II 
(2298)MARCEL 
4751 DUKE STEVENS 
(4669)THELMA 



106 5 
84 2 
97 3 
99 4 



7-5 2 
7-5 2 
25 40 

10 8 
150 100 



3-5 

3-5 

10 

2 

30 



2*4 4-5 



Winner— B. f. 4, by Canny Scot— Eola. 

Start good. Won ridden out ; second driving. Artemus gave it up when collared. Peril made 
u p some ground at the end. Flash bad some speed. 



/i FIFTH RACJ£— 1 1-4 Miles. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

Over 5 hurdles. 



Ind. Horses. 



COL. WIGHTMAN 143 
1,53 



VVt. St. ^ X Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



322 HUNTSMAN 
4707 BABY BILL 

BROAD BILLOW 
REFORM 



Op Cl PI 



146 4 
125 5 
149 3 



A. G. Blakely 
Tom Boyle 
J. L. Rose Jr. 
C. F. Sanders 
A. P. Welcome 



2-5 9-20 out 
6 4 1 

2*A 6 8-8 

10 20 6 

10 50 15 



IH 13 110 115 120 Blakt-ley 

3 h 4 320 23 22 Dennison 

420 2 « 2 h 360 350 Spencer 

23 3*4 4 4 4 Bouton 

5 Fell E. Hill 

Time, 2:22. 

Winner— B. g. 4, by Warfellow— Lessie P. 

Start good, with flag. Won galloping: second driving; third same. Col. Wightman out- 
ciassed bis lot. Broad Billow began falling back when ho had gone six furlongs. 

I8(W SIXTH RACE — 5 1-55 Furlongs. Purse $4(X). 3- year-olds. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. 



4756 RED PIKE 112 1 

HARRY O 112 3 

4708 MISS BAN 112 6 

PRECEPTRESS 112 4 

321 HAZEL D 112 5 

4748 SIR PHILLIP 115 2 

LOLO 112 7 



Wt. St. h % H Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



21 12 13 IH 

IH 24 2*4 23 

33 34 34 
44 5 42 

4 V , 52 
7 6h 



7 

31 
52 

4V* 7 



H. Martin C. Lind 
T. Tobin W, Hooper 
J. Narvaez P. M. (Rarkson 



Op Cl PI 



61 52 6 7 



Snider 
Fitzhugh 
Glover 
Lenhart 



Matt Storn 
Harry Piper 



1 13-10 1-2 

15 20 8 

5 3 1 

11-5 3% 1 
5 2 



Time, ISU, 31, 44, 1:12%. 



Riconada Stable 30 40 

A. P. Welcome 40 50 



Winner— Ch. g, by George Kinney— Entreaty. 

Start good. Won in a hard drive. Pike just lasted. Would have lost in another jump. The 
race was always between the leaders. 



4937 Banquo 11(2).. 96 (4938)UncleSimon(2)99 
4936 Fr. Jaubert (H).lll 4420 Fay Belle (3).. Ill 
4940 Anna Mayes (5)116 4826 Chalange (5).. .116 
4792 Canewood (4).. 116 4884 Al Lone (2) 93 

Fifth Race— 5-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 
4883 Marchaway (5). 99 
4725 Lon Jones (3).. 99 
(4596) Alice W (3) ... 99 
4936 Joe Mancini(3).102 

4883 Pitfall(4) 104 

4936 Character(8) .. .104 
4826 Philomena (4), 104 



Ind. Horses. Wgt. 
4936 Little Eye( 3).. . 99 
U845)Pinchback(3). 99 
(4861)Glenbeau (3).. 102 
(4601)May Rose(4)..104 

4940 Glenoid (7) 104 

4863 Repeater (4)... 104 
4821 Montepenso(4) .107 



LATONIA ENTRIES. 

Probabilities: Weather clear ; track slow, 

First Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. W’gt. Lid. Horses. Wgt. 

4933 Old (’entre (3).. 108 4929 Jerry Mack (3). 108 
48.52 Raymond (3)... 108 4933 Bill Ellison (4) .107 
4933 Robinson (3) ...105 4270 Dr Kellogg (3). 10.5 

4774 Twinkle (5) 102 4875 Birmingham (4) 99 

4495 Tariff Reform(5)99 4929 Rampart (4)... 99 

Second Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
2-year-olds. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt, In^ Hoi es, Wgt. 

4835 Waldorf 107 472?Robair 1(*7 

(4850) J H C 107 4635 Bishop Reed ... 104 

4678 Lulu M 104 (4807)Rosinante .... 101 

(4874)Madrilene 101 4807 Taluca 101 

4854 Lady Juliet 97 4713 Remember Me. 97 

Third Race— 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

4853 Skate (3) 106 4806 Uno (7) 104 

4929 Parson (3) 104 4836 Lismore (6) .... 104 

n iimee (3) 104 4808 Nimrod (3) .... 104 

eprieve (3).... 98 4931Peep o’DaylI(3) 95 
3453 Kitty B (3) 95 



Fourth Race 
Over 5 Hurdles 
Ind. Horses. Wgt. 
4787 Uncle Jim (5).. 165 
(4810) Designer! 5) • • • *112 
4934 Cuidado (3) .... 128 
4934fShears (4) 130 



1 1-4 Miles. 
Handicap. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt 

4934 Zaldivar (7).... 150 

4556 Scamp (4) 136 

4440*Tippecanoe (5) 126 
4934fCol. Barrett(3).125 



♦By Voltiguer. fMiami Valley Stable entry. 
Fifth Kace— 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wtrt. Ind. ?i;)rses. Wgt. 

3937 Elsina 108 4874 Dulcenea 104 

4711 Est ne Regina.. 104 4650 Song Bird 104 

4173 Margaret Lyne. 104 48:18 ('arrie F 104 

4710 Mellie 104 4908 Kenosha 104 

4852 Earth 104 49o8 lufehce 100 

Maiden Blush.. 100 



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bATONlA FORM CHART. 

MILLDALE, KY.. November 7. — Thirty -Third Day. Latonia Jockey Club. Fall Meeting. 
Weather cloud> ; track heavy. 



Presiding Judge, John J. (barter; Starter, Col. J. P Chinn. 



4929 FIRST RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. 


^4 y. 




Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op Cl 


PI 


4201 ROOSEVELT 


96 1 


2^ 22 


IVj 12 


Everett 


J. Johnson 


5 


3 


1 


4677 NANCE 


108 2 


13 


13 


23 2* 


Perkins 


A. (f Weston 


2 


7-5 


4877 MOTH. OF PEARL 99 5 


3>4 32 


3% .32 


Britton 


Belfast Stable 


10 


15 


6 


4782 PARSON 


• 100 8 


51 


4V4 41 42 


Scherrer 


Himyar Stable 


3 


2Vi 1 


4726 HERMINIA 


88 3 


41 


51 


.52 


Payton 


Fairmount Stable30 


50 


20 


1514 DORETTE 


93 11 


9 


8 


7 62 


J. J hnson V. W. Goode 


40 


50 


20 


4710 CRESCENT 


104 >47 


7 


6^ 61 7 


M. Dunn 


W. F. McKinney 150 


200 


80 


4h75 RUPEE 


108V49 


13 


13 


10 8 


Gallona 


J. W. Thompson 


50 


60 


20 


4710 ('ON STANCE 


88 10 


8 


9 


9 9 


Dupee 


Scoggan Bros 


10 


12 


5 


4769 RAMPART 


97 6 


6nk 


7 


8 10 


H. Marks 


Orio’e Stable 


20 


30 


10 


4875 HERNANI 


93 12 


10 


11 


11 11 


Adams 


W. Perkins 


40 


.50 


20 


46.51 JERRY MA(’K 


91 13 


12 


12 


12 12 


Neville 


W. Carter 


80 


100 


40 


4877 MATE 


102 4 


11 


10 


13 13 


J. Perkins 


W. J. Donahue 


10 


12 


5 



Time, 26H, 53U, l:205i£. 

Winner— (’h. c’ 4, by Buchanan- ('hristine. 

Start good. VVou easily; second driving; next two easily, 
early. Roo-evelt had the speed of the party and had plenty left 
the only one outside the two leaders that had any speed. 

Scratched — Nannie D. 88; Romance. 106. 

Overweights — Rupee, 3^ pounds ; (Crescent. 2Vt ; Rampart. 4 : Hernani. 2. 



Nance was made too much use of 
at the end. Mother of Pearl was 



4930 



SE(-OND RACE— 5-8 Mile. Purse $300. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


St. 


% H 


3/i 


Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


4876 ( ONNIE LEE 


101 


1 


41 


31 


33 


IH 


Coley 


George Bering 


6 


10 


4 


(4773)SANGAMON 


108 


3 


2!4 2h 


2V4 2% 


Everett 


T. C. McDowell 


1 


4 5 


out 


48.50 STOCKHOLM 


91 


2 


IH 


11 


14 310 


Dupee 


Avondale Stable 


24 


24 


7-10 


(4653)NINE-N’Y-NINE 


108 


4 


32 


4h 


41 


45 


Perkins 


W. M. Wallace 


3 


4 


7-5 


4068 UNULE ELI 


94 


5 


55 


510 56 


53 


Adams 


M iamaValleyStbll50 


200 


75 


4835 TRAVEL FOR 


94 


7 


61 


62 


62 


63 


J. Johnson Briar Hill Stable 


50 


60 


20 


624 LOVEJOY 


91 


9 


8 


7 


7 


7 


Neville 


(t. D. Wilson 


80 


100 


40 


4272 BILLY ARNOLD 


94 


8 


7 


8 


8 


8 


Payton 


W. C. Arnold 


150 


200 


75 


GEO. PATTERSON108/, 


6 


9 


9 


9 


9 


Gallona 


John Morgan 


100 


100 


40 



Winner— B. f, by Inspector B— Vanity, by Vanderbilt. 

Start fair. Woo driving: next two ridden out. Connie Lee outgamed Sangamon at the finish. 
Stockholm was staggering. Lovejoy acted badly at the post and threw his jockey. Nine-Ninetv- 
Nine ran a bad race. 

Scratched— Iroumistress, 91. 

Overweights- George Patterson, sy, pounds. 



4931 



THIRD RAC'E — 1 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



ind. Horses. 



4806 MARQUISE 
1.^92 BASSO 
3988 PEEP O’DAY II 
(4366) LITTLE TOM 
4150 PROBASCO 



Wt. St. 14 U Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



Op Cl PI 



Avondale Stable 8-5 
J. S. Flynn 4 

W. A. McConnell 8 
L.Lammertz&Co. 15 
A. L. Ferguson 8-5 



8-5 

6 

6 

20 

8-5 



1-2 

2 

2 

6 

1-2 



92 1 22 12 13 13 16 T. Burns 

108 4 32 2» 2h 22 2 h (’lerico 

96 2 IH 35 310 310 320 Everett 

101 3 4 4 4 4 4 Payton 

101 Ran away and killed. Scherrer 
. Time, 26H, 53^, 1 :20, 1 :47^. 

Winner — B. f, 3, by Miser — Monte Rosa. 

Start good. Won in a gallop ; next two driving. Marquise stumbled at the start. Probasco 
ran awa' four mile.s before the start, He finally broke'his leg and had to be destroyed. Marquise 
was cut in the race and pulled up lame. 

Overweights— Peep o^Day II. 2 poundsf 



4932 

Ind. Horses. 



FOURTH HA(’E — I 1-8 Miles. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 



4837 IDA PICKWICK 
46;i4 AD. BUCHANAN 
4784 THE DRAGON 
4837 MUSKALONGE 



Wt. St. h ^ Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



Op Cl PI 



109 4 4 4 4 2i4 IVi Perkins Avondale Stable 4 2V4 out 

106 3 11 m 21 IH 22 Scherrer T. H. Ryan 2% 4 out 

102 2 31 3y, 3!4 4 31 C. Reiff H.T. Griffin 6-5 6-5 out 

104 1 21 2*4 1« 3>4 4 J. Perkins F. M. Aithur 6 3 out 

Time, 2614, 53, 1 :20H, 1 :47H. 2:0154. 

Winner— B. in. 8, by Mr. Pickwick — Ida K. 

Start good with flag. Won easily; second mildly ridden. Muskalonge weakened at the three 
quarters. It was a very weak finish on Buchanan. Pickwick came fast and strong last quarter 



4933 



F IFTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. Purse $'KX). 3 year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. H 


4 




Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


4906 CLISSIE B 


105 1 


33 


42 


24 D 


Everett 


H. T. Griffin 


4 


6 

5 


2 


4907 OLD CENTRE 


94 9 


6 


51 


34 21 


Dupee 


W.T. Woodard Jr. 


5 


2 


4784 LA WANDA 


100 7 


5h 


7 


52 32 


Britton 


E. M. Hilton 


5 


4 


8-5 


4649 HELEN WREN 


93 6 


8 


61 


42 44 


T. Burns 


Thos. Hums 


6 


12 


5 


4851 TERRIER 


102 4 


41 


4h 


14 51 


C. Reiff 


Whitten Bros. 


5 


6 


2 


4851 ROBINSOM 


97 2 


2 m 


2 h 


61 62 


Randall 


W’. M. Robinson 


6 


6 


2 


4610 KINGLET 


103 5 


7 


8 


8 7 


Brewer 


Annette Stable 


30 


40 


10 


4264 BILL ELLISON 


102 8 


9 


9 


9 8 


H. Marks 


P. Stanton & Co. 


8 


10 


4 


4471 MATTIE LEE 


10143 


IH 


3" 7 9 Scherrer 

Time, 26, 53, l:19?ii. 


Baker & Gentry 


24 


2 


4-5 



Winner — (^h. f, 3, by Audrain— Gertrude. 

Start good. Won driving; next three hard ridden. Robinson quit badly after going a half. 
Terrier weakened a furlong from home. Mattie Lee sulked at the half and refused to run. Old 
Centre ran a real good race. Bill Ellison had no speed at all. Clissie B was the best. 
Scratched— Elsie D, 93; Refugee, 102; Twinkle, 99. 

Overweights— Kinglet, 2 pounds ; Mattie Lee. 2V4. 



4934 



^IXTH RACE — About IVi Miles. Purse $400. Steeplechase Handicap. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


St. 


. 4 


1 Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


4810 DOM PEDRO 


140 


1 


12 


12 12 150 1 


Hamilton 


P. (iorman 


6-5 


6-5 


2-5 


4873 ZALDIVAR 


143 


4 


23 


220 fell 2 


Bell 


Nashville Stable 


2 


7-5 


1-2 


4787 CUIDADO 


127 


3 


5 


3 ran ontl 


E. Jones 


Kyle & Pritchard 


6 


12 


4 


4810 ARISTOCRAT 


m 


6 


46 


fell 


Malimey 


M. Caldwell 


6 


8 


3 


4.500 SHEARS 


135 


2 


31 


fell 


Gibson 


Miami Valley Stbl*5 


6 


8-5 


COL. BARRETT 


1.50 


5 


fell 




G. W’ard 


Miami Valiev Stbl*5 


6 


8-5 


*Conpl?d in betting. 








Time, 3 :1 


U. 










Winner— B. g. 11, by Brazil— 


-Ethel. 













Start straggling. Won in a walk. All fell except Dorn Pedro and Cuidado, who ran out of 
course. Boy remounted Zaldivar. Last three did not finish. There was a quarter t)f a mile be- 
theen first and .second end same beeween second and third at end. 



Tennessee Breeders Assn. 

(NASVILLE, TENN., CUMBERLAND PARK.) 

FALL MEETING OPENS NOV. 5. 



Five or flore Races Daily 

, . . RAIN OR SHINE . . . 

The Track is Safe, Fast and Well Cared For. 

Water Excellent. Stabling Comfortable. 

Race Conditions in Line With Material. 



IDEAL PARK FORM CHART 

IDEAL PARK. WIS., November 7.— Sixty-first Day. Ideal Park Racing Association. Fall 
Meeting. Weather clear; track heavy. 

Presiding Judge, Col. M. Lewis Clark. Starter. Richard Dwyer. 



4935 ^^^DECL^^I^D 2-year-oids. Selling. 



SECOND RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 



4460 HANLON 
4820 JOE MANCINI 
(4822) HANDS OFF 
4697 FRANK JAUBERT 
4863 CHARACTER 
4866 BISMARCK 
4822 NEMAHA 
4849 BUSTUP 
4822 LITTLE EYE 
4885 LEGION 



Wt. St. 54 H ^ Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



4861 FREE SILVER 



100 


74 


5 nk 


24 


11 


1^ 


100 


Ink 


61 442 


33 


23 


105 


.5h 


In* 


INK 


2 nk 


32 


97 


8h 


2h 


3k« 


42 


42 


102 


9 nk 


9k K 


61 4.54 


52 


105 


6 k K 


72 


82 


84 


61 4 


102 


IOh 


11 


11 


74 


710 


102 


11 


10 


10 


10 


81 


97 




8149411 


9nk 


102 


4 nk 


32 


52 


92 


102 


3 97 


2h 


4 nk 


73 


6 nk 


113 


97 


1» 


12 


12 


12 


12 



Clay 
Jackson 
Shannon 
J. Shields 
J. (’arter 



Oakley Stable 
Ruddy Bros. 



Op Cl PI 



1 4-5 out 



A. Shields 
Mack Stable 

siierland Liberty Stable 
W’.Tavlor W. T. Spicer 
A. Webs er Milibrook Stable 30 
W. Forbes Detroit Stable 
Wanen Oregon Stable 
Armstrong C. (’ougle 
A.Roberts’nWm. Kinkle 
Time, 27, .54, 1 :08, 1 :15H. 

Winner Blk. g. 3, by Hanover — Logic. 

Post I minute. Start good. Wcm cleverly ; second and third driving. Hands Off got away 
well on her stride and boy rode her well. Hanlon was the best and came away from his field when 
ready. Mancini ran a game race. Boy was driving him at half mile pole. Jaubert had speed 
and liked the going. So did Legion. The letter s race was not true. Boy pulled him up ii> the 
stretch ; watch him. ^ 

Scratched— Hot Stuff, 97; Chalange, 102; Santa Crnz, 102; Hinda, 102. 

Overweights— Legion. 5 pounds. 



2 


16-5 


1 


10 


:io 


10 


6 


8 


3 


20 


40 


15 


3 


10 


4 


15 


25 


8 


30 


50 


20 


20 


50 


20 


6 


12 


5 


40 


100 


40 


20 


50 


20 



4937 



third RA(^E— 3-4 Mile. Purse $250. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 

4823 SQUAN 
4847 JERSEY LAD 
4823 NAIRETE 



Wt. St. h 



4 Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


3 nk 3 nk 3 ^ Ink 


W. Forbes 


Harlem Stable 


10 


30 


10 


Ink 11 11 2* 


J. Carter 


J. V. Carter 


10 


30 


10 


2 h 45 2 kk 32 


(Jay 


W. H. Roller 


4 


34 


1 


63 64 64 4kk 


Shannon 


P. J. Miles 


2 


7-5 


1-2 


.5 nk 51 52 .54 


Dorsey 


TerraCottaStable 


1 


11-5 


4-5 


44 2kk 44 63 


Jackson 


J. Steppe 


10 


15 


6 


75 8 8 74 


Sherland 


E. T. McConnell 


8 


10 


4 


8 /j 76 8 (Vrtaind’hl W. H. Daniel 
Time, i7, 54. 1:084, 1:224. 


30 


40 


12 



99 4Vi 
K»2 5nk 
102 In* 

(4862)BANQUO II 102 3h 

4738 SUTTON 88Vi 7i 

4789 THE PLUTOCRAT 102 2«k 

4847 SW’ORDSMAN 102 6n* 

4862 THOMPSON 92 8 



. Post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving to the limit; second and third also hard at it. 
Banquo was cut off when moving up on the rail down back stretch. Boy pulled him up and never 
tried after that. Jersey Lad seemed to be winning at head of stretch and with a stronger ride at 
finish could not have lost. Nairete tired very badly on the end. So did The Plutocrat. Sntton 
had an easy race. 

Overweights— Sutton, SVi pounds. 



4938 



FOURTH RACE — 4 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. All Ages. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 



(4823)UNCLE SIMON 
(4820)JENNIE JUNE 
4823 EASTER EVE 

4862 LEO WICKA 
593 ROSLYN 

4791 ELLA PENZANCE 

4863 INGOMAR 



Wt. St. ^ H ^ Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



S. M. Sexton 
Liberty Stable 1 
John Brenock 4 

Elkton Stk. Farm 30 
Terra Cotta Stbl 10 
Fargo Stable 20 

Kentucky Stable 6 



Op Cl PI 



89 IN* 1 % 12 i2%\6 Jackson 

98 3nk 4« 2n* 3* 2* Clay 

85 4h 2% 3* 2n* 34 W. Forbes 

80 6« 7 7 5h 46 Colmer 

98 5n* 3nk 43 7 51 Vi Dorsey 

93 7 65 5n* 6IH6I J. Weber 

98 2h 53 62H46 7 D. Davis 

r, . . Time, 25Vi, 51,581/2. 

Winner— B. c, by Inspector B— Pansy Blossom. 

Post 12 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second and third driving. Uncle Simon bad a 
world of speed and killed off Jennie June and Easter Eve in the first ^quarter. He is a real fast 
colt. Jennie June acted and worried badly at the post. Roslyn showed a bit of speed. So did 
Ingomar, but he sulked early. 

Overweights— Easter Eve, 5 pounds; Uncle Simon. 2; Leo Wicka. 5. 



2Vi 2 3-5 

13-10 out 
5 8-5 

40 12 

30 10 

25 8 

12 .5 



4939 



FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile. Purse $300. All Ages. Owners’ Handicap. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


St. 


4 % 


Str.Fin. Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


Cl 


PI 


4828 GLENMOYNE 


90 


3» 12 


13 12U13 124 Jackson 


Foster Bros. 


1 


3-5 


out 


4723 PlNKEY POITER 


89 


5 5 


44 46 


42 21 Clay 


J E. Cushing 


5 


10 


24 


(4847)LO(tAN 


90 


IK* 2% 2>42kk 


2kk 34 J. Shields 


A. Shields 


4 




8-5 


4849 LOUDON 


88 


44 33 


3% 34 36 44 Dorsey 


TerraCottaStable 


8 


15 


5 


(4696)THURST0N 


82 


2 h 42 


5 5 


5 5 Shannon 


Elkton Stk. Farm 


3 


4 


1 



, ...,1:23,1:51. 

Winner — Ch g, 6. by Glenelg— Moyne. 

Post 5 miDutes. Start good. Won galloping ; second handily on the end after an early drive ; 
next three doing their best. Glenmoyne outclassed his field and simply galloped all the way. 
Pinkey Potter, off badly, went around his field rn first turn, ('lay drove him nearly all the way. 
• J ® horse. Loudon bad some speed but could not go the route. Boy was too light to 
ride Thurston and he floundered all over the track. His race must be thrown out. 

Scratched— Dejure, 70. 

Overweight— Thurston. 2 pounds; Loudon, 4; Pinkey Potter, 2. 



4940 SIXTH RACE)— 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. 3- year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 



Wt. 


St. 4 


4 Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Op 


n 


PI 


100 


14 


410 31424 14 


Clay 


L. A. Legg 


34 


24 


4-5 


102 


314 


2h 2kk 34 2« 


Jackson 


E. M. Beraren 


6 


15 


5 


102 


41 


Ink 1h 12 35 


Warren 


J. Brenock 


1 


1 


out 


102 


51 


710 64 .53 44 


W. Taylor 


C. Dorsey 


6 


15 


6 


102 


7 


5h 52 62 54 


Sherland 


Winslow Stable 


5 


10 


4 


102 


2nk 


3h 44 45 66 


Dorsey 


Terra Cotta Stbl 


3 


7 


2 


1C4 


64 


610 70 710 725 


A.Rob'tson L. L. Auw 


40 


100 


4U 


85 


81 


825 840 860 8150 J. Carter 


0. H. Biehle 


60 


100 


40 


105 


9 


9 9 9 9 

Time, 264, ?4, 1 


Fox 

;08, 1 :16. 


T. Woods 


60 


100 


40 



(4788)FERRYMAN II 

4824 GLENOID 
(4824)UNCAS 
(4^66)GUNWAD 

4825 WINSLOW 
476.5 ANmA MAYES 
4636 COCHINA 
4354 LADY OLIVE 

LAURESTAN 

Winuer-^Blk. g, 3,^ by Fordham — May Kennedy. 

minutes. Start fair. Won baud ridden ; second and third driving. a 

race on Ferryman. Rediscovered the pace was too hot and placed the Legg gelding nicely. 
Uucas was raced to pieces first half. He was al.so taken wide in the stretch. Glenoid ran a good 
race and saved contiderable ground by skinning the rail in the stretch. Anna Ma\es had speed 
but could not last. 

Scratched— Pbilomena, 102. 

Overweights— (V)china, 4 pounds; Uncas, 2. 



Clay rode a pretty 



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